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On Deck: April 15th - HIROK!

Yankees' #2 Gets it Done on Sunday Night Baseball

Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia wrap up the Yankees' and Mets' weekend series wins, including sparking performances from Hiroki Kuroda and Matt Harvey. They also go out west where they discuss the recent brawl between the Dodgers and Padres, and the first Home Run of the season for Josh Hamilton.

Mets Look to Keep the Ball Rolling

Cohesion Present in Young Mets Locker Room

The Amazin’ Mets have opened up the season at 5-3. To be honest, it’s really difficult to get your hopes up when it comes to the boys from Queens.  For the past couple of seasons, the Mets have gotten off to some great starts, instilling hope and pride in their fans from around the Tri-State area.  As soon as the All-star break comes, though, things start to head downhill and the team usually finishes several games out of first and a record sub-.500. 

On Deck: April 4th - Yankees Stumble, Mets Sprint out of Gate

How concerned/enthusiastic should you be?

Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia discuss the different starts to the Yankees and Mets seasons, as well as Yu Darvish's near-perfecto, and the D-Backs 16-inning thriller. Plus, hear what upcoming series Venezia thinks will top Josh Hamilton's return to Texas.

On Deck's 2013 Season Preview

Get Ready for the Upcoming Season with Hour-Long On Deck Special

Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia prepare you for a great 2013 MLB Season, going division-by-division with predictions as well as player and team spotlights. They also predict the MVP, Cy Young, and Rookie of the Year winners, and as always, go in-depth on the Yankees and Mets.


One on One with's Matthew Leach's National Columnistt Matthew Leach previews the 2013 MLB season National Columnist Matthew Leach joined Kenny Ducey and I this Saturday to help preview the baseball season. We talked to Matthew about the Yankees and their expectations headed into this season. In addition, we got his opinion on Johan Santana's season ending injury and his future with the Mets.